Brit Guerin is a fitness and wellness professional and one half of Raleigh Group Fitness which she runs with Ashley Liu Kirkman. Brit will also soon become a Mental Health Counselor. In this episode Brit and Jon discuss how Raleigh Group Fitness originated, intuitive eating, health at every size and the importance of movement.
Since I moved from Boston to Raleigh and opened up my own gym I have realized there is a crossroads when it comes to selling training. A lot of people want what is sexy and social media does a great job of this. There are many trends such as "build your booty programs" and "high intensity everything" as well as "random acts of fitness" thrown together because of the gram! What isn't sexy though is just plain old "good training".
Jon goes over some topics that cropped up in the past week including the Tactical Strength Challenge at The Movement Lab, training for cognitive health and the issue with Instagram models.
Jay Weedall is a strength coach and co-owner of Ethos Fitness and Performance in Boston. In this episode Jay discusses how he trained after sustaining an injury and the physical and mental challenges that come along with being down to three working limbs. The Pillars of Health on Instagram: @thepillars_of_health_podcast The Pillars of Health on... Continue Reading →
Do you train like a bodybuilder? In this weeks episode Alex and Jon discuss different ways to go about your training in order to optimize how you feel and still reach your goals if you are a non competing individual who trains a body part split much like how bodybuilders like to divide their training... Continue Reading →